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Has anybody ever had some goggleye/bream fish in a tank? Well I am sure somebody has, how are they?

Reason I ask is because I live in southern Louisiana and could replicate their enviroment with the available plants and such from the local waters.

I dont know why, but I have never seen anybody do this around here. And these fish are very good looking.

Is there something about their requirments that make them fragile or hard to raise?

EDIT: These fish are also know as bluegill. And possibly goggleye and bream/bluegill could be different fish altogether. The ones I am most interrested are the bluegill.

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I have kept several types of sunfish in the past, including bluegill. most of them are quite easy to keep. they can be quite beautiful and usually have interesting personalities. the only downside is that they can get quite large and can be aggressive toward each other.
 
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